In 1977, Jenner was selected with the 139th pick of the NBA draft by Kansas City kings. In 1980, Jenner was inducted into the United States National Track and Field Hall of Fame. In 1986, Jenner was inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame. In 1994, Jenner was included in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame and the Connecticut Sports Hall of Fame. In 2010, Jenner was inducted into the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame.
Jenner also starred in two movies but they did not get success at the box office. In 1980, Jenner started his television career starring in the TV movies, ‘The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story’ (1980), and ‘Grambling white tiger’ (1981). Jenner also appeared in the two video games. In 1986, Jenner registered his first victory as a race driver, driving the 7-Eleven Roush Racing Ford Mustang, with co-driver Scott Pruett, in 12 hours of Sebring in the IMSA GTO class finishing in 4th place in the 12-hour endurance race. In the 1990s Jenner was the host of an infomercial for Stair Climber Plus. Jenner also did many primetime television programs and commentary on NBC, ABC and FOX sports.
In January 2002, Jenner participated in an episode of the American series of ‘The weakest link’, featuring Olympic athletes. Jenner was seen in the American series, ‘I’m a celebrity…Get me out of here!’ Jenner made a cameo appearance on a third season episode of ‘The Apprentice’. Jenner was partnered with Tai Babylonia for ‘Skating with Celebrities’ that aired in 2006. The estimated net worth is $100 Million.
Bruce Jenner net worth Details
Full Name: Bruce William Jenner.
Date of Birth: 29 October 1949.
Birth Place: Mount Kisco, New York, U.S.
Occupation: Reality Television Star, Track and Field Athlete
Bruce Jenner Net worth: $100 Million
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